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Charles Ble Goude, detained in Ghana, wanted in connection with post-election violence that gripped Ivory Coast in 2010.
Poll officials expect most of the results from Sunday's first parliamentary election in a decade to be known by Tuesday.
The country's first legislative elections in a decade pass without incident, but are overshadowed by opposition boycott.
President's plea comes after former president Gbagbo's party said panel loyal to ruling party will manipulate results.
First parliamentary poll since disputed presidential elections, as party of ex-leader Laurent Gbagbo calls for boycott
Unrest feared as West African nation and leading cocoa producer holds first election in eight years.
Many Ivorians hope presidential election will usher in new era of peace and prosperity, but fear of violence also brews.
Many hope Sunday's vote could usher a new era of peace and prosperity, but fear of violence also brews.
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